GET THE PERFECT FIT, EVERY TIME
Buying clothes and accessories for children is always a delight. However, it’s normal to have a few head-scratching moments if you’re not sure what size to get for your children. We’ll walk you through how to choose the right size for your child or teen.
RUFF ‘N’ TUMBLE SIZE CHART
For most of our items, all you have to do is select the appropriate age for your child. We know that even though this is supposed to make it easy to shop, not every child will fit in the average size their age, and that’s okay.
This is why our size guide shows you HOW TO MEASURE and WHAT SIZE TO BUY for your child’s measurement. We’ll help you figure out the correct age to buy for your child, based on their chest and waist size.
How to Measure
- Height: Measure your child’s height by holding the tape level with the top of the head and measuring to the floor. The child should be barefoot with their feet flat on the floor and heels positioned together..
- Neck: measure the child's collar where the shirt would naturally sit. Always allow a little room in the collar for growth.
- Chest: Measure round the chest under the child's arms at the fullest part of the chest.
- Waist: Measure round your child's natural waistline.
- Hips: To get the right hip measurement, measure round the fullest part of the child's bottom.
- Inside leg: Measure from the crotch to where your trouser length ends (right on your shoe). The inside leg corresponds to the length on the pair of trousers you're buying.
- Back Measurement: Measure down the centre of the back from the base of the neck to the fullest part of the hip. Just like the trouser measurement, the back measurement is also the measurement of the blazer.
PICKING THE RIGHT SIZE
All product pages on our website have a size chart included per category. Click on the size chart and select the age of the clothing or accessory to buy, by using their chest and waist measurement.
WHAT IF A SIZE RUNS SMALL
Sometimes, an item might run small or large. This means if you bought a piece of clothing in age 5 for example, it would be slightly smaller (or larger, as the case may be) than other regular age 5 clothes. This doesn’t happen often but when it does, we’ll let you know in the product description. Look out for this in the product description. Still have questions on sizing? Reach out to us via firstname.lastname@example.org or click the chat icon to chat with Tomi.